Module 1 – The Senior’s Food Market Opportunity
Module 2 – The Healthcare and Nutritional Needs of Seniors
Module 3 – Food Fortification for Health Management
Module 4 – Designing New Foods for Seniors
Module 5 – The 5 Phases of New Product Development
Module 6 – Nutrition and Health Claims
Module 7 – Innovative Packaging and Food Labelling
Module 9 – Seniors’ Unique Barriers and Needs
Module 10 – Using Innovation to Create Opportunities
Module 11- The Design Thinking Process
Module 12 – Researching Senior Consumers’ Needs
Module 13 – Effective Marketing Approaches to Senior Consumers
Module 14 – Business Models for the Seniors Market
Module 15 – Creating a Seniors Food Marketing Strategy
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